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When you think of great sports dynasties the Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Pittsburg Steelers, and New York Yankees immediately come to mind. In the Flying Scot Pacific District, Brian Tyrell has had his own dynasty winning the last 8 Pacific District titles. This year that streak finally ended when Dale Dunning and Eric Taylor, aboard 4372 Trouble Maker, captured the title in a hard fought and dramatic battle that wasn’t decided until the eighth... Read More
2015 Pacific Districts: Wild, Weird, and Wonderful!
Twelve Flying Scots and seven Thistles lined up for the annual SBYC Sequim Bay Regatta which was held on Saturday August 29th and Sunday August 30th. The racing was wild and intense as a rare October wind storm (in August!) came through Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula on Saturday.
The boats had to wait on shore on Saturday until the gusting winds of up to 35 knots died down into the mid-teens. At around 1:30 pm the race... Read More
Dale Dunning is helping to form a brand new Flying Scot fleet in Sequim Washington. Here is a little background on the efforts:
A year ago at this time we decided that in order to build a robust sailing program we needed to focus on one-design sailing. We looked at a lot of parameters and after considering everything, we decided that the Flying Scot would be a great fit for our program. At this time last year, there were no Flying Scots in the... Read More
A wide range of Flying Scot build dates were evident by observing the competitors sail numbers where numbers ranged from #25 to #5472. A total of eleven Flying Scots from Richland Washington Fleet 186 and Seattle Washington Fleet 100 competed in the two day event sailed off shore of Fort Warden State Park on the Puget Sound. This location continues to be popular with past and present fleet members.
On Saturday, after a delayed morning race start,... Read More